Tottenham are ready to sanction another loan exit for winger Jack Clarke in the January window with a host of EFL clubs expressing an interest in him, Football League World can exclusively reveal.
Clarke was snapped up by Tottenham after a string of impressive performances for Leeds United, and the hope for the winger would have been that he could then kick on and make a splash in the Premier League for the London club.
First-team opportunities have been hard to come by, though, with the array of talent Spurs have in his position on the pitch, and he has instead embarked on several loans back into the Football League since first arriving in N17.
Indeed, Football League World has been told that Clarke faces another spell away from the club in January with Tottenham boss Nuno Santo telling the winger he is free to leave amid a gaggle of Football League sides expressing an interest.
Among them, AFC Bournemouth are one of the keenest with the Cherries flying high in the Championship under Scott Parker, and evidently eager to try and strengthen their squad further in the winter window as they seek a Premier League return come the end of this season.